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The updated edition of Your DIY Guide to Canadian Immigration has the following new changes:
- All permanent residence immigration programs are updated as of April 4, 2022, new programs are added, and expired programs are removed.
- Added a comprehensive profile of each province of Canada.
- Added a detailed “Program Finder” table that compiles all permanent residence immigration programs offered by Canada for the following seven groups of immigrants:
- Skilled workers,
- Semi-skilled workers,
- Businesspersons/self-employed persons,
- Healthcare workers including physicians, nurses etc.
- Employers and community-driven programs,
- French speakers.
- Moreover, the “program finder” table classifies all immigration programs into the following categories:
- Express Entry,
- Non-express entry
- Job Offer requirement
- and finally, whether Canadian/provincial residence is required.
- Additionally, each one of the immigration programs contains the following sections:
– Brief introduction of the program,
– How to apply?
– Program eligibility requirements,
– and a link(s) to the official website.
- The reference section at the end of the DIY guide has outlined all immigration programs and their relevant official links.
- Lastly, there is a short 10-page workbook added at the end of the DIY Guide to help you organize your favourite immigration programs and analyze them for your eligibility, things to improve, and actions you need to take.
This book is designed to be used as a do-it-yourself (DIY) guide, as a reference book or as a gift to your friends, co-workers and the public who would like to acquire an in-depth understanding of Canadian immigration system and its programs.
Please feel free to reach out to me if you would like to share your invaluable comments, ideas, AND/OR hire me for immigration consulting services.
Khalil Humam (RCIC)
CILPP from UBC, Canada
MA Int’l Development from Nagoya University, Japan
BBA (Hon’s) from IIUI, Pakistan.
HRBP (2015) from HRCI, United States